Hi I am about to upgrade most of my hi-fi bits, which the aim of getting a pretty good stereo system, with the addition of home cinema capability. I am currently using an A32 Amplifier, Marantz Cd63Ki, a Cambridge Audio DVD, and some old B&W 602 speakers. I have always realy liked the sound of the A32, and would like to keep it, but after 10 years sterling service the CD is starting to fail, and I was never that fond of the speakers (auditioned with a Dynaudio Contour 1.3se originally, and got the B&Ws as what turned out to be not such a temporary solution). What I was thinking of doing was getting a DV139, as this would provide an excellent final CD/DVD/SACD solution, and speakers wise I was thinking of either PMC GB1 or Dynaudio Focus 220 for fronts, (and their matching centres), and something very small for rears. Its the home cinema amplification that I'm not sure what the best approach would be. Options I can think of would be: -The new Cyrus AV master processor / Amp , keeping the A32 for fronts. -Getting a P35/3 and a multi-channel board for the A32, and do all decoding on the DV139 -Getting a AV300 (maybe even a denon), and using it for decoding, rear/centre amplification, and using the A32 in processor mode for the fronts. -Scrapping the amp entirely, and getting either a new AVR350 or a 2nd hand AV9/P7 combo. Anyone got any experience in doing this / recommendations as to the best option sound quality wise? I listen to music / watch movies in equal amounts really, so neither usage would be the prioity - looking for best all-round solution.